Feeding those in Need

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Volunteers grab a quick bite to eat during a lull in the action during Shell Point Baptist Church’s Free Community Dinner on Thursday on the grounds of Sea Eagle Market on Boundary Street. The dinner was for those less fortunate that had nowhere else to go on Thanksgiving. Some free clothing and Bibles were on hand, as well. The food and drinks were all donated and prepared by the cooks at Sea Eagle Market and were free of charge. Many of the guests just wandered in off the street. Some patrons were even a ride back to the church to take a much needed shower. Pastor Darren Jones of SPBC said more than 150 people were served but some got three and four dinners to take with them. “For some, this is all they had to eat. Give them what they need. We don’t care,”  he said.  (Photo by Bob Sofaly)

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